Geothermal energy

Geothermal energy

Geothermal energy, the sustainable energy of the future

The geothermal systems offered by Butech generate heat energy from the subsoil and comply with the sustainable development objectives

This system transports the heat to the geothermal pump and incorporates a thermo-carrier fluid that evaporates the refrigerant gas contained in it, compressing the gas with a compressor
This increase in pressure generates thermal energy that can be used to distribute hot water, heating, cooling or heating of swimming pools

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Geothermal energy

The sustainability and optimisation of natural resources are two priority objectives for Butech, the POCELANOSA Group firm that specialises in ventilated façades and construction materials. To comply with current EU environmental regulations and promote responsible energy use, the firm has developed a geothermal system that generates heat from the subsoil. The exchange with geothermal sensors immersed in the soil allows the heat to be transported to the geothermal pump and incorporate a carrier fluid. Applicable to all types of buildings - residential, office or commercial - this geothermal system allows the temperature to be balanced and controlled or integrates this system within the general structure of the building. Understood as clean and renewable energy, geothermal energy takes advantage of the heat of the stored sun and produces clean electrical energy that can be used as heating, cooling or to distribute hot water in an ecological way. This system allows savings of up to 50% on the electricity bill, reduces CO2 emissions and has a minimum maintenance cost.
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